Sulphur cap should prompt only negligible rise in consumer goods, says SeaIntelligence
A new study from the Danish analysts suggests consumers have little to fear from impending regulation, when putting the additional $11bn cost to carriers' annual fuel bill against the $4trn worth of goods moved by ocean each year
Consumers should expect a mere 39 cent rise in a $150 flatscreen TV or a 78 cent increase in a $150 mattress following the sulphur cap, says SeaIntelligence
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